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7/28/2009 Scott Johnson's Father passes
In January I noted that Mr. Johnson, Scottís Dad, was again facing a battle with cancer. I just learned that he lost his battle today and has passed away. Iím sure you all join
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2/25/2009 A death in the Family
Classmates, Kara Watkins and her family suffered the loss of her husband in the plane crash in Buffalo. Keep Kara and her kids in your thoughts as they move forward and try to adjust.
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10/31/2008 Grandfather, WOW!
Congrats Mr. Oxley on your first grandchild, we hope Mommy and baby are doing well.
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If I don't get around to sending Mark Alstott some new ones, check out some past family photos at www.mireles.us
I graduated from the University of Arizona in Tucson in 1987 and then moved to San Diego, California for a job with a major Real Estate Developer. Traveled often and enjoyed the San Diego beaches. Once while at a Charger vs Packers game my girlfriends and I fenagled ourselves behind the Green Bay team and I yelled "Hi, Clay High School Jon" and waved to Jon Gruden - Jon, you saw me, right?!? OOh Well :)
I met my husband Tony in Coronado, CA in 1994. My employer then was based out of Australia with worldwide offices. After we finished the Fashion Valley Mall is San Diego they asked me to temporarily work out of Atlanta, Georgia. I traveled often back to San Diego to visit Tony, and for business to Sydney, Australia, Austin, Texas and Santa Fe, New Mexico. I left the company to stay in Coronado, CA with Tony and we married in June 2001, then honeymooned in Fiji & Australia for 3 weeks. Loved traveling together to Las Vegas, Matzatlan Mexico, Grand Canyon, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Wolf Creek/Durango Colorado, New Orleans, Atlanta, All of Texas (Hey, it's a huge state!), San Francisco, Napa Valley, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, Outer Banks (Duck)North Carolina, Norfolk, Virginia, Atlantis/Bahamas, and, of course, I showed him all Indiana has to offer - even Amish Acres near relatives' farms! We moved from Coronado Island to San Diego in 2002 and had our son, Christian in 2003. Thought life couldn't get any more blessed.
After 18 years in San Diego and Coronado, California we end up moving to Fort Wayne, Indiana!! Parents and family are thrilled and we're glad the kids (yes, kids plural: we had our little baby girl, Gabrielle Reese, here in Fort Wayne on October 18, 2006) get to play & grow up with cousins and Grandparents near. Parents permanently left South Bend in 2002 for their Lake George home. So when they aren't down in Naples, FL with all the other snowbirds, we get to have fun visiting them (just a half hour north of Fort Wayne). My older sister Susan (Class of 80) and her family moved from Granger 4 years ago to Northern Fort Wayne and my younger brother David (Adams Class of 95) and his family live in Birmingham, Michigan. For the summers and fall we all love to gather the families often, fish, jet ski, and boat around the lake. I get into South Bend about once a month or so to visit friends, or for ND sports. I haven't been swimming as much as I'd like to, but love teaching my 4 year old son. As for the winters...still getting used to them and retreat a few weeks to Naples, Florida or Texas. For 18 years all I did was visit snow country to ski, snowmobile, or come home at Christmas time. My husband's family lives near South Padre Island, TX so we visit there often and down into Monterrey, Mexico for extended family visits annually. I'm forgetting my HS German and slowly learning Spanglish.
Love to All and God Bless - Please keep updating the bios - I love to read them!! See you at ND golf and the reunion.
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